Marilyn Manson rocks Republican

by Bill Steigerwald -- We'll get to those shocking presidential endorsements from Marilyn Manson, the New Republic and National Review in a moment. First, we should inspect a late-arriving but still noteworthy more…

More proof guns reduce crime

by Joseph Farah -- The next time a politician suggests tougher government gun-control is needed to fight violent crime, look around and count his armed bodyguards. While the calls for disarming average, more…

Nothing works!

by Stuart Goldman -- You aren't going to find me referring to Bob Dylan songs very often in this column, not only because I think the cat is overrated, but because I more…

No such thing as equal gun education

by Jon Dougherty -- Once upon a time -- years ago, now -- when I was still in high school, guys would head to the woods early in the morning during various more…

Inner City Slickers

by Johnny Chung -- One of the movies on my "must-see" list is "City Slickers." It's a great comedy about city boys vacationing on a ranch to learn how to be cowboys. more…

Quit clowning around

by -NO AUTHOR- -- American politics has undergone a paradigm shift in the past 200 years. In this relatively short time span, personality has replaced purpose and sociability has superseded substance. Politics more…

Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil

by Tanya K. Metaksa -- In the future when historians recall the years 1992-2000 it will be recalled as the most Perfidious Administration. In the past there have been corrupt administrations, illegal activities, more…

Presidential prognostications

by Tom Ambrose -- Last week, I offered some packing and moving tips for Bill and Hillary's upcoming departure from the White House. Thanks to all of you for responding with your more…

Clinton's peace legacy in pieces

by Casey Brooks -- Wouldn't it be remarkable if the Clinton administration were to leave a legacy of securing world peace? Wouldn't it be great if we can all look back in more…

More Gore-Clinton lies

by Joseph Farah -- Remember Bill Clinton's speech at the Democratic national Convention in August? I admit, it was fairly unmemorable. He made, however, one comment that he has repeated ad nauseam more…